STREET LEVEL PHOTOWORKS, GLASGOW
Street Level is a leading photography arts organisation that provides artists and the public with a range of opportunities to make and engage with photography.
|Studio Facilities||• Film processing B&W & C-41 all formats
• B&W Darkroom, for all neg format printing
•Dry print finish facility with vacuum mount press
• Digital suite
• Hasselblad Flextight X5 film scanner
• Epson A3 flatbed document and film scanner
• A2&A3 EPSON inkjet printers
• Photography Studio – 3 x 270cm Wide Colorama backgrounds
• 2 x Bowens Gemini Flash Heads with Soft Box, Snoot
• 2 x Bowens Daylight Balanced Unilights
• Tripods, reflectors
|Costs||SLP will offer RSA resident artists free membership – worth £80 and concessionary rates for the duration of their residency. In addition, we offer 10 days use of the studio (worth £400). Costs of consumables need to be covered and the following subsidised costs apply:
Film processing: B&W: per 35mm film: £2 – per 120/ 5×4 film: £3
See: streetlevelphotoworks.org/facilities for further details
|Maximum Period||6 months|
|Other facilities||Access to our extensive collection of photobooks and periodicals in photography, as well as other information resources on the history and current state of photography in Scotland.|
|Support offered||Free membership.
Induction on all facilities.
Professional Development opportunity –costs covered to participate in a portfolio review event to meet with experts to get feedback on work.
A minimum of two mentoring sessions with Director.
|Promotional support offered||We will promote the residency in our programme brochure, on our website and through social media.|
|Exhibition opportunities||Street Level are keen to promote quality outcomes though this is not conditional of the residency.
We would promote and support a public talk on the work-in-progress by the residency artist.
Work produced will be considered for future offsite opportunities subject to discussion with SLP.
|Alternative accommodation||Street Level does not have residency accommodation, but can advise. For prolonged stays the resident is responsible for acquiring appropriate accommodation for the residency period if outside the central belt.|
For further details please visit: streetlevelphotoworks.org